Thoughts and prayers are not enough when lives are at stake. We need more funding, we need more research, and, ultimately, we need better laws.
Harvard must promote a different culture—one where it is not the victims of sexual misconduct but the perpetrators who feel that they have no place on this campus.
Any policy on Harvard's single-gender social organizations should be decided by those who have a direct and immediate connection to Harvard.
“No, we don’t wear leaves. No, we don’t live in huts. And no, we don’t swim to school."
Housing Day is one of celebration, not despair. It’s a day in which the entire Harvard community comes together and celebrates a unique tradition found nowhere else.
If Harvard is serious about education as a civil right, it is time to start offering College courses in Massachusetts prisons.
The senior thesis lives as a sort of larger-than-life being in my imagination. It feels, despite what the department tells you, like the conclusion of my academic career.
But what it, and this world, fails to understand is that for people of color, mental (un)health is synonymous with racial trauma.
The largest Christian fellowship at the world’s foremost university is being sanctioned. That is no small matter.
We must work to cultivate a space in which gods, spirits, the secular, and the queer can cohabitate.
If our primary goal is inclusion and equality of opportunity, the solution to this paradox is to be less reactionary as a society and to provide support for those most vulnerable.
Conservative support for the Harvard Corporation’s use of its lobbying clout may be unexpected, but what shouldn’t be surprising is a conservative angle on advocacy for responsible climate policy formulation.
The great potential the sanctions have to reshape College life for the better will not be realized with this unclear, unfinished implementation policy.
Making a movie that doesn’t seem to have any appeal should be worth celebrating more than something that is obviously “timely.”
During these crucial moments in Harvard’s history, we require a practical administrator more than an accomplished academic.
In the the face of Fingerhut’s unacceptable endorsement, silence is not neutral, and the time to speak out is now.